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41 The other side of Nnamdi Kanu phenomenon: A theological appraisal (Part 2)
Most of those calling for reconciliation and unity of the country today, especially, state actors and players, have refused to get to the heart of the Nigerian story. Some others, non-state players, naïve outsiders, who are not the direct perpetrators of...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/071717.html
42 Is The Church Political or Apolitical in Nigeria? -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
When the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), issued the above directives earlier this week, some, especially, within the ranks and files of the clergy and religious, received it with some mixed-feelings.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/080918.html
43 Nigeria and the need for pluralism of centers -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Our proposition in this article is that Nigeria is today more than ever at the crossroads of choosing between ‘the center’ or creation of ‘multiplicity of centers’ in its search for viable political structure and culture.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/080117.html
44 Merchants in the temple and the future of “CAN” -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
‘Now that Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) is compromised, Quo Vadis?’ Is the problem with CAN, really, its present leadership or its fluid archaic structures and constitution?
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/071918.html
45 Nigeria and the tragedy of absence of a moral authority -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
We should not confuse religious leaders of moral authority we are discussing in this article with the so-called General Overseers or founders of the Neo-Pentecostalism Assembly churches – centers of workers and seekers of miracles, dotted all over Nigerian...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/071818.html
46 UN honoring Nelson Mandela without Winnie? -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The UN and their sponsoring neocolonial powerful nations have found ‘new love’ in Mandela’s legacy. What type of ‘love’ is that? It is nothing else but a propaganda, a way of evading Africa’s demand for justice for the crime against humanity committed in...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/072218.html
47 Is Christianity on trial in Nigeria? -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
At a time like this, when lives of ordinary citizens, especially Christians from indigenous ethnic-African populations across the country are no longer protected by our security agents and government, what is expected of Christians and Churches of Nigeria?
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/071418.html
48 The danger of restructuring without a referendum-approved Constitution -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The colonial boundaries have continued to be a source of tension and fighting in various African nation states that came to be after the Berlin Act of 1885. Unfortunately, after political independence in 1960s till date, African leaders instead of...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/072517.html
49 Blessed Iwene Tansi: The Patron Saint of Nigeria's Democracy @ 20 -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
The article presents Blessed Iwene Tansi as a model of reconciliation and spiritual Patron Saint Nigeria needs today in its struggle for survival as a nation state.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/061418.html
50 Is this the vindication of the ‘Five-Percenters’? -- Nigeriaworld Feature Article
Almost fifty years after the Nigeria-Biafra War (1967-1970) ... These other ethnic-groups are now, also demanding with strong voice, for the restructuring of Nigeria! Experience, they say, is the best teacher!
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/073018.html

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